Jessica Frelow is a writer who believes in two things: experience and the ability to express it. In this spectrum, she explores the best of both worlds by writing editorial and literary pieces.
She produces content on the state of the society’s culture in her project, Culturally Unsound.
Other features include articles in Harness Magazine and ViewingNYC, among others.
On the creative front—poetry, fiction and creative nonfiction are her base. Her work has been featured in Versification, Trampset, Emerge Literary Journal and The New York Times Metropolitan Diary.
The human condition allows people to a feel plethora of emotions. Whether they are fixed in the glory of greatness or the depths of sorrow, her writing lives right in the thick of it.